Mark John McEncroe Composer
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From: Australia

Genre: Classical, Easy Listening, Piano Music

Born in Sydney, Australia, Mark John McEncroe commenced music studies in his adulthood. He had a varied interest in many kinds of music, not just classical, which led him to working in the music/record business for EMI Records in his early 20s and 30s. For much of that time he was a Label Manager, first with EMI Australia and then with EMI Sweden.

At age 37 McEncroe commenced piano lessons in earnest studying first with Will Scarlett in Sydney. Later he continued with Valerie Fawcett and then Helen Kenned…

Mark John McEncroe Composer songs
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  • An Early Autumn Morning (part 1)

  • A Pageant At The County Fair

  • Deep In The Wilderness

  • Movements In The Night

  • Mid Autumn’s Deep Colours

  • That Old Indian Summer

  • Summer's Last Hurrah

  • Floating Lilies (Yoko Hagino)

  • Natalie’s Theme (Yoko Hagino)

  • Dance of the Pagans (Yoko Hagino)

  • The Pendulum (Yoko Hagino)

  • A Brave New World (Finale, Symphonic Suite No.2)

  • Hail to the New King (5th movement, Symphonic Suite No.2)

  • The Gathering of Forces (1st movement, Symphonic Suite No. 2)

  • A New Way Forward (6th movement, Symphonic Suite No. 1)

  • Rising Discontent (3rd movement, Symphonic Suite No. 1)

  • Entrance of The King (1st movement, Symphonic Suite No. 1)

  • The Siege (3rd Movement, Symphonic Suite No. 2)

  • Peasants' Uprising (4th movement, Symphonic Suite No. 1)

  • Ghosts from the Past

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    Daybreak - Yoko Hagino
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    Facing The Demons - Natalie's Suite
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    Into The Dark Spaces - Natalie's Suite
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    Natalie's Theme - Yoko Hagino
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    Symphonic Suite No.2 - Janacek Philharmonic
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    Symphonic Suite No 1 - Janacek Philharmonic
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    The Peasants' Uprising
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Saturday, December 07, 2019
The music is very soft. That's what we need in our time!